Lighting is important in any situation. Our eyes don’t work without light, and if you can’t see what you’re doing very well, it either won’t be done very well or won’t be done at all. Further, without proper lighting, we put our eyes under great strain trying to engage in even the simplest of tasks. It is more difficult for the eyes to focus in half-light or low-light, which causes the muscles of the eye to strain trying to bring everything into a comprehensible frame. This will tire you out much more rapidly, and can make you feel sleepy, impairing your ability to work well or safely. This means maintaining appropriate light is critical. Always make sure your lights are positioned appropriately throughout your workspace. Having the light over the shoulder opposite your handedness is a good place. If you are right handed, that is, place it over your left shoulder. This will prevent your dominant hand from casting any shadows that might obscure your view. Having the light behind you, rather than in front of you, will also help to keep your pupils from constricting, which can make it difficult to see if you should need to look elsewhere. As well, keep your bulbs fresh, and keep extras on hand. Halogen replacement bulbs from GenesisLamp.com and similar sources are easy to get in bulk, and if you keep them in stock, you can turn an hour-long interruption into a trifling inconvenience.
About Kelly R
In 2012 when Kelly started blogging, she became a highly sought after Brand Ambassador. In a very short amount of time, her blog, titled “Kelly’s Thoughts on Things,” grew in popularity due to her honest and detailed reviews and in-demand giveaways. She finds great satisfaction in reviewing products because she knows doing so helps her readers make better buying decisions. She regularly shares tips and information on a wide range of topics, including: fashion, beauty, travel, health, and autism. In this role, she is highly active in social media by Facebook posting and Tweeting the blog posts she writes on a daily basis.